Hope is necessary for life! Without it we will literally end up perishing. It gives us energy, strength, motivation and focus. Hopelessness takes away our ability to function, and robs us of joy. Hope is an anchor; it renews the body, soul and spirit. If you have lost your hope, know that finding hope again is possible!
Beth Murray is a Registered Psychologist in the Province of Alberta. She is also a trained, Level II EMDR therapist & eating disorders specialist. Her most recent training is as a facilitator for "Health At Every Size." Beth Murray offers over fifteen years of counselling and psychological services. She is constantly learning and stays current with advances in the field of counselling psychology. Trust her experience to help you with the struggles you are facing.
Fresh Hope Counselling is pleased to announce a NEW office location! We now have an office located at 12008 - 111 Avenue (located in Action Chiropractic & Massage Therapy Clinic), just west of Mira Health Centre.
Sessions with Beth Murray are also available via Skype, Facetime or VSee (free downloadable video conferencing programs) or if internet connection is not available, by phone. Thus increasing the flexibility and accessibility of working with Fresh Hope Counselling. Sessions using video conferencing are similar to being in a physical office as you are able to see & hear Beth and she is able to see & hear you! Physical distance is no longer a prohibitive factor for obtaining the care you need in counselling or therapeutic outpatient care for your eating disorder treatment.
Fresh Hope Counselling specializes in:
"Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a desire fulfilled is a tree of life."
As a Registered Psychologist in the province of Alberta and former accredited member of the clergy, Beth Murray has a wealth of clinical, pastoral and personal experience in mediating grace and hope to her clients. She has several years experience working inpatient as a Primary Therapist at an Eating Disorders' Treatment Facility, as well as many years in outpatient settings. She is a member of the Alberta College of Psychologists, the Canadian Psychological Association, the Eating Disorders Referral Network (EDReferral.com), the Academy of Eating Disorders (AED), the Eating Disorder Support Network of Alberta, Theravive, Pain Society of Alberta, Psychology Today, and a referral source for Focus on the Family Clergy Care Network.